International Business Transactions added to Fall schedule.
We are fortunate to have Timothy E. Punke, Chief International Trade Counsel for the U.S. Senate Finance Committee in Washington, DC teaching International Business Transactions this Fall. The class will be held Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:45 PM to 9:00 PM. This course focuses on legal implications in the global business arena.
Professor Punke's knowledge and expertise in this area is vast and impressive. He has worked on all aspects of the Finance Committee's trade and development agenda, leading to the passage of the Trade Act of 2002. Further, he oversaw ongoing trade negotiations, including the Free Trade Area of the Americas and the World Trade Organization. He also oversaw international trade litigation and disputes and Customs issues including port security. Finally, he organized and managed the Gore/Lieberman 2000 campaign for the state of Wyoming and served as the White House's International Economic Policy Advisor.
And now, you have the opportunity to learn from the expert. Read on to find out how to register.
Course description: International Business Transactions (3 credits) International regulation of world economic activity; legal implications of free market and free trade philosophy; institutions affecting and controlling world trade regional roles, e.g., Common Market; methods of doing business; anti-trust laws; multi-nations; claim settling; exchange controls; analysis of current problems and trends.
The course code is LAW 728, section number is 512, and class number is 2325. You can register for it through myUB.